Shanghai procuratorate has begun to offer rights and obligations notifications in both Chinese and English for cases relating to intellectual property rights (IPRs).
Starting Friday, procuratorates in the city will issue the new rights and obligations notifications to parties involved in IPR infringement cases.
Dozens of international brands, including Amore Pacific and Adidas, were shown the bilingual document on Friday, according to a spokesperson with the Shanghai Municipal People's Procuratorate.
In 2013, procuratorate bodies in Shanghai began to notify IRP victims of their rights and obligations within three days of IPR infringement cases being accepted.
The bilingual document will help the aggrieved parties better claim their rights and perform obligations and will address misunderstandings caused by inaccurate translation, said the spokesperson.